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This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis Gigantea within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Found in Borneo as lowland and warm grower.The flowers spikes can be 2 to 3 ...
Found in Borneo as lowland and warm grower.The flowers spikes can be 2 to 3 per plant. Here I am going to share with you how they attached to citrus, longan and rambutan barks on my backyard. The flowers are longlasting almost about 2 weeks. Very sweet smells and fresh.All raised from seedling.
wowww-,,,,,,,,,in my wish list for long time now!!!!-this is gogeuse
good job zainal
Yes! Beautiful! looks like strawberries in cream!
Beautiful Zainal. Thanks for sharing.
Interesting leaf growth habit.
Water will almost never pool inside the crown on those plants - unlike most of the other phals that are so prone to crown rot.
very nice! There is one in the greenhouse and the plant can get really big!
These are really cool pictures - I love how they grow on the trees like that! I wish I had that in my neck of the woods!! Thanks for sharing :-)
I wish I could grow orchids in my backyard like you!
I love this Phal species, one of my favorites. Great growing.
Oh that's fantastic! Marvelous!
And most natural growing too...